Extract Audio & Video from FLV Files
Extracting audio from FLV files is as simply as dragging and dropping the files into the window of the program. Beside audio, you can also extract video from FLV files. The audio is extracted and saved as MP3, AAC or WAV, while the video is extracted and saved as AVI or raw elementary stream.
Once you drag and drop FLV files into the program, the conversion starts instantly. Another small window pops up during the conversion process displaying the status of each file. You can find out immediately should there is an error on one of the files. FLV Extract can extract audio and video from a single or multiple FLV files at once.
Few things to note:
- The AVIs will not play unless you have the right decoders.
- The extracted MP3s may appear to have an incorrect duration in your audio player. This is because FLV Extract doesn’t generate a VBR header, but the files are perfectly valid.
- The extracted audio and video will be saved within the same directory.
- FLV Extract can extract audio and video from FLV files without decompressing or recompressing.
FLV Extract screenshot
FLV Extract is a portable freeware. There is no information which Windows version it does support, but it works well in Windows XP. Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is required, however.Lijit Search